Unbeaten half-centuries from Ajinkya Rahane (64*) and Hamuna Vihari (53*) helped India inch closer to victory in the second Test against West Indies in Jamaica.


The day began with West Indies in a world of trouble at 87/7, from which they could add ten more runs before losing another wicket: Rahkeem Cornwall was dismissed by Mohammad Shami, his 150th scalp in Test cricket. 

Ishant Sharma claimed his first scalp just four balls later, dismissing debutant Jahmar Hamilton for a 59-ball 5. West Indies were soon bowled out for 117, as Ravindra Jadeja sent back Kemar Roach for his first scalp of the day.

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